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An encyclopedia of male homosexual poetry and its reception history

Paul Knobel

An encyclopedia of male homosexual poetry and its reception history

by Paul Knobel

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Published by Homo Poetry in Edgecliff, N.S.W .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Homosexuality, Male -- Poetry,
  • Homosexuality, Male, in literature -- Encyclopedias,
  • Homosexuality and literature -- Encyclopedias,
  • Gay men in literature -- Encyclopedias

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul Knobel.
    GenrePoetry., Encyclopedias.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6110.H65
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 CD-ROM
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3666909M
    ISBN 100958578826
    LC Control Number2002565042
    OCLC/WorldCa51803458

      This important book is the first full-scale account of male gay literature across cultures and languages and from ancient times to the present. A work of reference as well as the definitive history of a tradition, it traces writing by and about homosexual men from ancient Greece and Rome through the Middle Ages and Renaissance to the twentieth. Explore our list of History of Homosexuality Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

      The expression of male homoerotichomoerotic sentiment is one of the dominant themes in classical Arabic literature from the ninth century to the nineteenth. In poetry, traditionally considered the supreme art among the Arabs, love lyrics by male poets about males were almost as popular as those about females, and in certain times and places.   Re-Queering Sappho. Ella Haselswerdt. (I–22). In Greek male homosexual behavior (at least the elite version of which we have some record), the role of the pursuer and the pursued were strictly defined, and a power differential was balanced by an age difference. In response to this reception history, Glenn Most, a critic we heard Author: Ella Haselswerdt.

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An encyclopedia of male homosexual poetry and its reception history by Paul Knobel Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Australian gay poet Paul Knobel's CD-ROM 'An Encyclopedia of Male Homosexual Poetry and its Reception History' () is the largest survey of the subject and comes to one million words with overviews covering over languages and language groups. He has also published A World Overview of Male Homosexual Poetry ().

An encyclopedia of male homosexual poetry and its reception history. Sydney: Homo Poetry. MLA Citation. Knobel, Paul. An encyclopedia of male homosexual poetry and its reception history [electronic resource] / Paul Knobel Homo Poetry Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation. Knobel, Paul.

Homosexuality, Male, History ofApproaching male-male sexual activity from a historical vantage point means to posit a historically conditioned realm of human experience frequently regarded as unchangeable or biologically determined.

A history of homosexuality first emerged in the context of the nineteenth-century science of sex known as sexology.

Paul Knobel is an Australian poet and a gay researcher who is the author of A Gay History of the World/ Human male homosexuality: a world history.

This work consists of the Overview entries from my Encyclopedia of Male Homosexual Poetry and its Reception History which was first published on cdrom in and contained 6, entries relating to languages and countries of the world’s about countries (the exact number fluctuates from time to time); in length it came to Summarizes, interrelates, and synthesizes recent scholarship on male and female homosexuality and bisexuality, and, reaching beyond questions of physical sexuality, examines the effects of homophilia and homophobia on literature, art, religion, science, law, philosophy, society, and history.

Some articles provide interdisciplinary, transhistorical, and cross-cultural analyses, with the Reviews: 1. An Encyclopedia of Male Homosexual Poetry and its Reception History, published on cdrom in in Filemaker Pro, was the product of over 20 years scholarship in Australia, Asia, north Africa, the Americas and Europe.

It deals with the background to gay poetry as well as its reception history from publication. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an. Numerous anthologies of gay writing—Stephen Coote's The Penguin Book of Homosexual Verse (), Carl Morse and Joan Larkin's Gay and Lesbian Poetry in Our Time (), and Edmund White's Faber Book of Gay Short Fiction (), to cite three of the most respected—present no evidence that “gay writing” is essentially more than writing Author: Edward Halsey Foster.

Anthologies Homosexual Apologetic Bibliography Biography and Autobiography Cambridge and Oxford Dictionaries and Encyclopedias Education H.

Havelock Ellis Gay Studies Gymnasia Hellenism Magnus Hirschfeld History Heinrich Hoessli Homosociality Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen Ernst Kantorowicz Alfred C. Kinsey Libraries and Archives. An encyclopedia of male homosexual poetry, its background and reception history Date: From: Sydney Homo Poetry By: Knobel, Paul Description: CD-ROM.

Includes references to New Zealand poets. Books shelved as history-of-homosexuality: Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay Male World by George Chauncey, Agains.

Peter PanJ. BarrieINTRODUCTIONPRINCIPAL WORKSCRITICISMFURTHER READING(Full name Sir James Matthew Barrie) Scottish playwright, novelist, short-story writer, biographer, and author of juvenile following entry presents criticism on Barrie's play Peter Pan through For further information on Barrie's life and works, see CLR, Volume Gay literature is a collective term for literature produced by or for the LGBT community which involves characters, plot lines, and/or themes portraying male homosexual behavior.

The term is now used most commonly to cover specifically gay male literature, with a separate genre of lesbian literature existing for women. Historically, the term "gay literature" was sometimes used to cover both. Explore the rich tradition of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer poets and poetry by browsing our newly updated selection of poems & audio.

For more essays, video, and ephemera, check out our Pride Month roundup. World Overview of Male Homosexual Poetry with a new Introduction.

On the Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology (of Erwin Haeberle, Berlin) at and posted on the internet in December Length is 67, words. Chinese entries from An Encyclopedia of Male Homosexual Poetry. These entries were published on the.

Homosexuality, sexual interest in and attraction to members of one’s own term gay is frequently used as a synonym for homosexual; female homosexuality is often referred to as lesbianism.

At different times and in different cultures, homosexual behaviour has been variously approved of, tolerated, punished, and xuality was not uncommon in ancient Greece and Rome, and the. First published inThe Encyclopedia of Homosexuality brings together a collection of outstanding articles that were, at the time of this book’s original publication, classic, pioneering, and recent.

Together, the two volumes provide scholarship on male and female homosexuality and bisexuality, and, reaching beyond questions of physical sexuality, they examine the effects of. The Male Homosexual in Literature: A Bibliography Supplement Ian Young.

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This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your Cited by: 1. This book is a marvelous text of gay identity and about gay identity, in poetry as well as in fact.

Paul Knobel, An Encyclopedia of Male Homosexual Poetry (Edgecliff, NSW, Australia, ): The book contains some of the finest gay poetry criticism in English. The old homosexual reaches into his over-the-shoulder leather bag-- the one he bought on his European travels with his companion of many years.

He finds a stick of lip balm and applies it to his lips liberally, as if shellacking them.The third collection by the prize-winning Asian American poet Jon Pineda, Little Anodynes is a sequence of lyrical, personal narratives that continue Pineda’s exploration of his biracial identity, the haunting loss of his sister, and the joys—and fears—of fatherhood.This important book is the first full-scale account of male gay literature across cultures, languages, and centuries.

A work of reference as well as the definitive history of a tradition, it traces writing by and about homosexual men from ancient Greece and Rome to the twentieth-century gay literary by: